The final result of the 2020 Olympic games medal table has ended with the United States leading by winning the most gold medals.
With a final total of 39 gold, 41 silver, and 33 bronze, USA came out of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics with 113 medals. After being behind China for the majority of the Olympics, United States came through in the end and won a few golds to put them in the top position.
The Medal table works by the total amount of Gold medals, not all round medals, this means that the US would’ve been in the lead if it was the total medals.
New Zealand finished 13th on the medal table with 7 golds. We were behind Brazil who had one more Bronze medal than NZ.
Although, if it were the total medals per Capita, New Zealand would be in 4th place with a population of 253,801 per medal. Using the same scale NZ is in third place in the Gold medals per capita division with a population of 688,890 per gold medal.